Booksmyth presents 'Love Poems on Demand' on Friday

Custom love poems available on Valentine’s Day

For only $5 per poem you can have your passion turned into a personalized ode for that special someone.

A host of local poets will be on hand at Booksmyth Underground this Valentine’s Day for Love Poems on Demand.

For only $5 per poem you can have your passion, tenderness and unrequited hankerings turned into a personalized ode for that special someone. All proceeds go to the artists.

Participating poets include April Cuffy, Mike Graeme, Brad Bradley, Rachel Castor, Lisa Winkler, Nancy E. Brown, and others.

Love poets will be available from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on February 14 at Booksmyth, located at 338 Baker Street.

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